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racerchick16

I have HSV 2 but I do not have any outbreaks or none that I know of. I asked my doctor if I was able to pass it by kissing and she asked if I had ever had a lesion on my lip and I had told her no. She told me that if I had never had one there then I could not pass it that way. My question is if I am not having any symptoms, how do I really know how I can give it to someone since the virus can spread to other parts of the body besides the genitals? And if I do have an outbreak in other parts besides my genitals, will I always be contagious from that spot? If anyone has any answers or can direct me to where I can get some answers, it would be greatly appreciated!

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Nemonamedjoe

As far as i know if you never had an outbreak on your lip you are not contagiouse there....How ever it is possible to spread throughout your body as far as everyone else has told me it is hard after your body has built the antil bodies......So if you have an outbreak somewhere ex. Your pubic region that place has a possibility of spreading even if there are no out breaks it could be shedding...

hope that helps merry christmas!!

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